Usefull wrapper methods for logging native package
loggers is a Python library that provides usefull wrapper methods for logging class. To be used as a superclass for your own classes.
>>> from loggers import Loggers >>> >>> class spamClass(Loggers): ... def __init__(self, log_folder=None): ... super(spamClass, self).__init__('spamClass', log_folder_path=log_folder) ... def do_stuff(self, arg): ... if not type(arg) == str: ... self.log.error("I was expecting a string. :( ") ... else: ... self.log.debug("I received my string. :)") ... >>> spam = spamClass('/tmp/logs/spamClass') >>> spam.log.error('ERROR') Log: ERROR | Log level:ERROR | Date:31/10/2016 16:51:47 >>> spam.set_log_rotate_handler(True) >>> spam.do_stuff(123) Log: I was expecting a string. :( | Log level:ERROR | Date:31/10/2016 16:51:47 >>> spam.do_stuff('Eggs') >>> spam.set_log_level('DEBUG') Log: Changing log level to DEBUG | Log level:DEBUG | Date:31/10/2016 16:51:47 >>> spam.do_stuff('Spam') Log: I received my string. :) | Log level:DEBUG | Date:31/10/2016 16:51:47
To install loggers, simply run:
$ pip install loggers
loggers is compatible with Python 2.6+ and Python 3
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